We are looking for a Project Coordinator to join our growing team and work with national and international clients. We are working on building the biggest and best digital team in Lincolnshire – do you want to be part of our journey?

About The Project Coordinator Role

The Project Coordinator is responsible for overseeing our digital projects, ensuring they are completed on time, within budget, and to the client’s satisfaction. This role requires excellent communication and organisation skills, as the Project Coordinator acts as the liaison between the project team, clients, and stakeholders.

The Project Coordinator must be extremely organised, have great time management skills and be able to prioritise a busy workload. Your training will take place at one of our Lincolnshire offices, and attending client meetings face to face is a key part of the role, so the ability to travel is essential. 

You will need to be computer literate, with the ability to learn new software and processes quickly.

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Project Coordinator


Full-time, permanent position.


Circa £25K – £30K (DOE) + commission + performance bonuses


Hybrid – work from our offices or from home.
(Must be a UK resident with a valid driving license)


The successful candidate will need to be super organised, tenacious and have excellent time management skills.

Within this role, some of the key areas you will be responsible for are…

Project Planning: Develop detailed project plans that outline scope, timeframes, budget, and resources. Establish project objectives in alignment with business goals.

Team Coordination: Direct and coordinate internal teams and external parties for the successful execution of projects. Ensure resource availability and allocation.

Stakeholder Communication: Serve as the main point of contact for project updates. Maintain clear and consistent communication with clients, stakeholders, and team members.

Budget Management: Monitor and control project costs to keep the project within the allocated budget. Report and escalate to management as needed.

Risk Management: Identify potential risks to project success and develop strategies to mitigate these risks. Implement problem-solving as issues arise.

Quality Control: Ensure project deliverables meet quality standards and client expectations. Conduct regular project reviews and implement quality assurance practices.

Reporting and Documentation: Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation, including status reports, change requests, and project evaluations.

Process Improvement: Analyse project outcomes and identify areas for improvement in project execution and delivery. Implement best practices and lessons learned into future projects.

Client Satisfaction: Ensure high levels of client satisfaction through excellent service delivery, prompt issue resolution, and proactive engagement.


The Project Coordinator role is suited for a proactive, detail-oriented individual with excellent organisational skills. You will need the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously, and a proven history of problem-solving.

A strong background in digital project management and familiarity with project management software and tools is essential, as is:

Leadership and Team Management: Ability to lead, motivate, and manage project teams effectively, fostering a collaborative and productive work environment.

Communication Skills: Exceptional verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to clearly convey project goals, updates, and expectations to team members, stakeholders, and clients.

Organisational Skills: High level of organisational and multitasking skills, with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously without compromising quality or deadlines.

Problem-Solving: Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with a proactive approach to identifying and resolving issues before they impact project timelines or outcomes.

Adaptability: Ability to adapt quickly to changing project requirements, client needs, and technological advancements, maintaining flexibility and resilience.
Risk Management: Proficiency in identifying potential risks and developing effective mitigation strategies to ensure project stability and success.

Attention to Detail: Keen attention to detail in planning, execution, and monitoring of project activities to ensure high-quality outcomes.


It would be great if our future Project Coordinator also had these skills.

Technical Acumen: Familiarity with digital technologies and platforms relevant to the our projects, such as web development, digital marketing tools, or software development methodologies.

Innovative Thinking: Creativity and the ability to think outside the box in proposing solutions and improvements to project processes and outcomes.

Customer Service Orientation: A strong focus on client satisfaction, with the ability to build and maintain positive relationships with clients and ensure their needs are met.

Negotiation Skills: Competence in negotiating with stakeholders, vendors, and team members to achieve project goals and resolve conflicts.

Time Management: Exceptional time management skills, with the ability to prioritise tasks effectively and meet deadlines under pressure.

Emotional Intelligence: High emotional intelligence (EQ) to manage stress, understand team dynamics, and communicate empathetically with team members and stakeholders.

Perks & Benefits

Here’s what’s in it for you!

  • 27 days off each year + Bank Holidays = 35 days holiday in total
  • Option to buy extra holidays*
  • £500 onboarding bonus
  • Hybrid working arrangements after your initial onboarding period
  • Flexible start/finish times so you can book personal appointments during work hours after your initial probation period.
  • Advocates of mental health and free professional counselling sessions
  • Fun social activities, examples of recent social activities include Alton Towers, Hallowscream Scare Fest, Ready Steady Bake, team meals out, monthly walks
  • Access to additional training and personal development
  • Charity and fundraising activities and support for things close to your heart
  • Casual dress code
  • Financial support
  • Bereavement support
  • Additional pension scheme contributions*
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Sick pay scheme*
  • End of year bonuses
  • Bonus scheme for helping us recruit great people
  • Quarterly commission scheme for any sales you make**
  • Bring your dog to work
  • Paid time off for giving blood
  • Annual summer BBQ – bring along partners and family
  • Big Christmas party (partners included)
  • 4x Agency Days a year (full day of activities and training)
  • Red Converse – if you make the cut!

* Length of service eligibility criteria
** Must meet qualifying criteria

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